Where To Shop Hongkong

  • Petit Bazaar

Cute clothes, home décor items and boutique-chic toys for the kids – and for Mum, too.

With a mission to bring carefully curated items from Europe to the little ones in Hong Kong, Petit Bazaar is the go-to place in the city for a wonderful collection of kids wear, toys, home décor items, furniture and other accessories.

As a one-stop shop for all of your child’s needs, Petit Bazaar is a hit among both kids and adults with more than 50 brands represented in-store. Although each adorable piece has been specifically selected for stylish little youngsters, the gorgeously tasteful, refined and unique products often catch the eyes of mums, too, like pretty pillow cases, plush knitted toys and outfits to match the kiddies. With three stores in Wan Chai, Central and Eslite Taikoo Shing, Petit Bazaar also organises a number of children’s events throughout the year for its customers, like kid’s manners and etiquette classes, as well as a children’s fashion show with a mini-runway – both big hits with kids and parents alike!


  • Ferrari Junior Collection

Grown-up looks for little ladies and fine young gentlemen

For families who like to mix fashion and fast cars, the Ferrari Junior Collection is the first-ever collaboration between Ferrari and international kids-wear brand, nicholas & bears. Available exclusively in Asia, the collection captures both elegance and wearability with Ferrari’s signature red colour for infants and children aged up to 14 years old and provides a wide range of flawless designs for both daily wear and special occasions.

For little ladies, the Spring/Summer 2016 collection sees playful ruffles and precious detailing, like mini decorative bows and dainty Ferrari emblems, whilst for young gentlemen, expect wool-blended suits with matching bowties and cool and casual sporty tees to pair with colourful loafers. Undeniably suave, this exclusive brand has proved to be a huge hit for both dads and their little racers, available at the Ferrari Store Junior in Hong Kong and across Asia.